Relieve Pain and Swelling in Your Muscles and Joints With These 4 Super-Foods

Inflammation can be a root cause for a wide range of diseases, including :

  • Arthritis
  • Heart Diseases
  • High blood pressure
  • Asthma
  • Diabetes

Inflammation in fact, is a body reaction to invaders that cause infections. The most common sings and symptoms of inflammation are pain, swelling, soreness, and redness in the affected body part.

There are 2 types of inflammation: chronic and acute, the latter being is the first response to the inflammation and quickly disappears. The chronic one is more serious problem.

To fight inflammation, you will have to eat a diet rich in anti-inflammatory ingredients. In fact, you will have to consume foods rich in vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and antioxidants that support the body in the fight against inflammation.

So, the foods below are the best to consume if you want to fight inflammation:

Salmon– It’s abundant in omega-3 fatty acids that contain potent anti-inflammatory features. In a study conducted by the National Health Institutes that involved more than 500 participants, it was proved that patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis who took supplements of omega-3 on a daily basis, lowered the dosage of anti-inflammatory drugs.

Celery – It consists of 90% water which makes it perfect weapon for fighting against bacterial infections and inflammation. Celery is rich in antioxidants and polysaccharides which treat oxidative stress, inflammation, and prevent damage from free radicals.

Pineapple –It’s abundant in bromelain, an enzyme that is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent which unlike the prescribed anti-inflammatory drugs, doesn’t cause side-effects.

Broccoli – It’s rich in magnesium and potassium, both of them very strong antioxidants. In addition, it contains sulforaphane, a compound that blocks enzymes leading to joint destruction and inflammation.

Additionally, besides increasing the above-listed foods into your diet, to prevent inflammation you will have to avoid the following foods, as well:

  • Processed meats
  • Excessive alcohol consumption
  • Seed and vegetable oils
  • Artificial trans fats
  • Sugar
  • High-fructose corn syrup



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